Like other celebrities, WWE wrestlers like spending their hard earned money on beautiful homes. We take a sneak peek at some of the wonderful houses owned by WWE Superstars.
In an industry filled with male talent, there's no way we can ignore the most notable women wrestlers, such as Ronda Rousey. This pro wrestler and MMA fighter is truly the epitome of girl power. Currently fighting under the Raw brand, Rousey has enjoyed a very successful career so far. As a result, she purchased for herself a fancy cliffside home.
The Rock is arguably the best wrestler in the world and possibly the most famous wrestler of all time, thanks to his success as both a wrestler and actor. He is also one of the richest wrestlers in history, which has allowed him to purchase a number of sweet pads. The extravagant home you see here is just one of his top notch houses.
The world of wrestling dazzles with the moves, catchphrases, and the wrestling personalities. However, behind the whole production, there is a giant group of officials that dedicate themselves to ensure a mind blowing experience for the fans. The person responsible for all of this is none other than WWE CEO, Vince McMahon. Unsurprisingly, his pay is pretty good and it has allowed him to buy the beautiful home that you see here.
John Cena rose through the ranks to take top billing in 2005 and has been the face of the WWE ever since. In addition to his part-time schedule with WWE, Cena also has a burgeoning career on TV and in the movies. It's not surprising that Cena lives a glamorous personal life, and that all starts with his Tampa, Florida home. The mansion contains an enormous walk-in closet, cigar room, stunning outdoor pool with breathtaking waterfalls, and a guest house that is bigger than most of our homes.
Stone Cold will be remembered forever as the Superstar that led WWE during its most formidable period, the Attitude Era. Steve Austin made bucket loads of money through commercials, film work, and TV shows, too. Without a doubt, Austin is extremely wealthy and his stunning $45 million ranch is a perfect example of that. The 2,000 acre ranch includes five ponds, two barns, a river, and stunning scenery. He also has a home located in Marina Del Rey, California.
Bill Goldberg's WWE return certainly wasn't a money thing, as the wrestler has plenty of savings from his WCW days. By 1999, Bill had made over $5 million, more than any other wrestler at the time, including Hulk Hogan. Bill's multi million dollar home in Bonsall, California, certainly gives us a good idea of his wealth. The 4,600 square foot home contains a massive five-car garage, a huge swimming pool and comes complete with a stunning view.
Hulk Hogan purchased his $3 million house in Clearwater, Florida, next to his former home, months after winning a staggering $140 million payout from his lawsuit against media company Gawker. The 2,000 square foot home includes five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, two spas, and a pool. It features a beachfront deck set amongst the dunes and comes complete with panoramic beach views.
Pro wrestler CM Punk is currently walking in the same footsteps as Kurt Angle by trying to make the transition to a career in the MMA.. Remember his horrid two minutes UFC debut, that earned him a cool half a million? With massive paychecks like that, Punk bought his stunning $2 million condo featuring five bedrooms, two living rooms, a theater room, a wine cellar, and a three-car garage.
Joining WWE in 1998, Kurt Angle blossomed both in the ring and as an entertainer providing some of the best promos the company had seen at the time. Due to an overcrowded schedule, Kurt opted out of the WWE and went on to join TNA. Despite his departure from the big time, Angle still made a nice living. He bought a home in Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania, for just $650,000. The house boasts four beds, three bathrooms, and a beautiful swimming pool.
Daniel Bryan took the WWE by storm in2013/2014 year as part of the "Yes Movement", which catapulted him to the top of the sport. Despite his retirement, Bryan is still with the WWE serving as SmackDown Live's General Manager. In 2014, Daniel, alongside his wife Brie Bella, bought a home in Phoenix, Arizona. The house has an old schoolhouse look complete with white picket fence and was documented on the WWE hit reality show, Total Divas.
The Undertaker, otherwise known as Mark Calaway, began his WWE journey in 1990 and remains a huge star today. Considered WWE royalty, the Deadman is in a class of his own for his in-ring work and out of the ring contributions. Unsurprisingly, the Undertaker enjoys a beautiful home in Austin, Texas, that is surrounded by lots of land and other huge estates. The house was actually rented out by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie at one point.
Paul Wight "the Big Show" is another wrestler who has enjoyed a lengthy career with the WWE. He's cashed-in quite nicely throughout the years because of his immense size. Outside of the ring, Big Show lives next to Jericho's residence in Odessa, Florida. The home has four beds, four bathrooms, a swimming pool, and a boating dock area. He bought the home for under $700,000 from fellow wrestler The Undertaker in 2001. It is now worth millions.
Brock Lesnar has at times in his career been practically untouchable and is now one of the wealthiest wrestlers in the world, since defeating The Undertaker at WrestleMania and ending The Deadman's illustrious reign. Behind the scenes, Lesnar is also quite the businessman and has invested in several properties. His former home shown here in the countryside of Minnesota was sold for $800,000.
Randy Orton joined the business in 2001 and went on to become a 12 time champ after being a four-time World Heavyweight Champion and an eight-time WWE Champion. His accomplishments have earned him a beautiful home in St. Charles, Missouri, which he later sold for around one million in 2013. The house includes four bedrooms, four bathrooms, five fireplaces, a pool, a gym, and a media room.
Like Mark Henry, R-Truth has been a member of the WWE family for quite some time. The years of service have paid off quite well. Truth enjoys his personal life residing out of Indian Trail, North Carolina. The beautiful home includes four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and is adjacent to Meadow Lake. It is said to be worth $750,000.
Mark Henry has been employed by WWE since 1996. With such a lengthy career comes a luxurious lifestyle outside of the ring. Henry lives in a beautiful home in Austin, Texas. The house has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a swimming pool, a three-car garage, and a beautiful view of Lake Austin. It is valued at just under a million dollars.